Four Points by Sheraton Levis Convention Centre
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... much too easily distracted.
The original plan was to spend some time in the town of Riviere-de-Loup after our hike. Riviere is one of those Chagrin Falls type towns. It was not built to be a tourist town, but it is just so darn cute that the tourists come just the same. It was nice to see a town that functioned as a town and did not look like something out of a Disney park. Don't get me wrong, I loved ...
... another Catholic Church rising above the trees on either side of the river, which meant another village. It would have taken 2 days if we had stopped to visit each of them, and I must say each of them was beautiful and different architecturally.
As we approached the Village of Deschambault, we found a church made of native stone and thought it was Presbyterian. It too, was Roman Catholic, and we met a young lady watching over the building who ...
Para mis estudiantes del programa lenguas del CÉCM. Este es mi blog oficial en Travel Pod.
For my students in the language program at CÉCM. This is my oficial blog in Travel Pod.
Enrique Fernandez Velazquez
... to the accordion playing man, I think he appreciated it. They also gave us percussion instruments to play with that were wooden spoons that you clash together, that make a really annoying sound after a while. However, Brad thought they were that good that he pinched a pair. I feel sorry for Jess if he decided to make them his wake up call… Once we had all eaten our dinner, we were escorted to ...
My sisters and I again took the bus to Quebec City and got off at d'Youville. We are getting to be experts at this bus thing. We walked to La Cidadelle and saw the Changing of the Guard. Workers at la Citadelle warned us quite often that it would be called off if it rained. We prayed that it would not rain, and it did not. This ceremony took ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center